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JK Racing Asia Series 2012 Round 13- 16: Race Report

by Niharika Ghorpade Posted on 03 Dec 2012 956 Views

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Aston Hare makes a mark at the JK Racing Asia Series rounds hosted by the SIDVIN Festival of Speed held at the Buddh International Circuit

 

 

 

JK Racing Asia Series 2012

 

 

 

Rounds 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the JK Racing Asia Series were staged on December 1 and 2, 2012 under the auspices of the Sidvin Festival of Speed at the Buddh International Circuit

 

 Day 1 - Round 13 & 14

 

South African rookie driver Aston Hare won Round 13 followed by Indian driver Akhil Khushlani and Afiq Ikhwan. It was Hare’s second victory after the last round win in October. Aditya Patel finished fourth while Vishnu Prasad and Akhil Rabindra finished 6th and 7th respectively.

 

 

JK Racing Asia Series 2012, L-R: Akhil Khushlani, Aston Hare,
and Afiq Ikhwan

 

 

Aston Hare also won Round 14 followed by Afiq Ikhwan in second, Aditya Patel in third and Akhil Khushlani in fourth. Other Indian drivers Vishnu Prasad and Akhil Rabindra finished sixth and ninth respectively.

 

Championship leader Nabil Jeffri who was penalised  in both races, finished 10th and seventh in the two races, and his championship lead was reduced to 12 points.

 

Day 2 – Round 15 & 16

 

Aston Hare won Round 15 followed by Akhil Khushlani in second, Nabil Jeffri in third and Aditya Patel in fourth place. Indian drivers Akhil Rabindra and Vishnu Prasad finished 5th and 7th respectively, and Mahaveer Raghunathan finished last.

 

 

JK Racing Asia Series 2012, Round 16, L-R: Aditya Patel,
Sanjay Sharma, Aston Hare, and Aidan Wright

 

 

 

Aditya Patel won Round 16 followed by Aston Hare and Aidan Wright in second and third respectively. Akhil Khushlani finished fourth followed by Vishnu Prasad in 5th. Akhil Rabindra and Mahaveer finished 7th and 10th respectively.

 

Nabil Jeffri and Afiq Ikhwan both retired and the former’s retirement put Hare in the championship lead.  

 

 

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